As we age, maintaining good oral health becomes increasingly important, especially for seniors. Seniors are more susceptible to specific oral health challenges, including gum disease and tooth loss. Read our blog post where we explore five common oral health issues faced by seniors and preventive measures to ensure optimal oral health.
Your tooth enamel, the protective outer layer of your teeth, is one of the hardest substances in your body. However, it's not invincible. Over time, acidic foods and drinks can wear down your enamel, leading to tooth erosion and potential dental problems. Check out our blog post to see how adopting an enamel-friendly diet is essential for preserving your smile and maintaining good oral health.
Practicing dental care should be a priority for everyone, but have you ever wondered how much of it is determined by genetics? Check out our blog post for help understanding what you can and can't control when it comes to genetics and your oral health.
We only get one set of natural teeth in our lifetime. Once permanent teeth come in, maintaining good oral health is vital. Fortunately, dental maintenance comes in many forms. Read our blog post where we share all the ways you can keep your natural teeth for life!
Oral health care is essential throughout your life. Whether you're a child, adult, or senior, practicing proper dental hygiene can help prevent dental issues and promote overall well-being. Read our blog post for a look at some oral health habits that we share with patients by age!
SureSmile® and Invisalign® are two popular orthodontic methods that utilize clear aligners. Both treatments are designed to discreetly straighten teeth without noticeable metal brackets and wires. Check out our blog post for a look at similarities and differences between the two treatments.
One aspect of oral hygiene that you don’t hear much about is how to take care of your toothbrush properly, even though it’s a tool that we use daily! Check out our blog post for some simple but important pointers to keep your toothbrush in tip-top shape.
From the color of our hair to how tall we are, genetics plays a fascinating role in our appearance. So, what about with our teeth? Read our blog post to find out if you can inherit bad teeth, or a beautiful, straight smile.
Gregory B. Garrett, DDS, is an Wilmington emergency dentist. Learn about common dental emergencies in our blog post.
Dr. Garrett can permanently enhance your smile with veneers. Learn about this cosmetic treatment in our blog post!